Greta Van Fleet Rock ‘Candlelight Sessions’ In New Video


Bruce Henne | 05-09-2021

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(hennemusic) Greta Van Fleet are streaming video of a “Candlelight Sessions” performance of “Broken Bells”, a track from their newly-released album, “The Battle At Garden’s Gate.”

“Broken Bells is what the fetter of society does to impact a pure and innocent soul,” explained bassist/keyboardist Sam Kiszka recently. “Our intention is to remove the obligation of generational synthetic expectations; break down these walls and not build new ones.”

The tune followed “My Way, Soon”, “Age Of Machine” and “Heat Above” as the fourth single from “The Battle At Garden’s Gate.”

Greta Van Fleet recorded the follow-up to 2018’s “Anthem Of The Peaceful Army” in Los Angeles with producer Greg Kurstin; the group’s second full length record recently debuted at No. 7 on the US Billboard 200. Watch the video here.

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Chris Cornell Family Settles Lawsuit With Doctor Over His Death


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(hennemusic) The family of Chris Cornell has settled its lawsuit with the doctor they claimed overprescribed medication to the Soundgarden singer in the years preceding his dearth in 2017.

According to Rolling Stone, the settlement between the plaintiffs – Cornell’s widow Vicky and their children Toni and Christopher Nicholas – and the defendant, Robert Koblin M.D., was reached last month.

Filed in November 2018, the lawsuit alleged that Koblin overprescribed the anti-anxiety drug Lorazepam (also known as Ativan) between September 2015 and his death in May 2017, while failing to warn the rocker about its possible side effects, including impairment of judgement and rational thinking, diminished impulse control and increased risk of suicide.

Cornell hung himself in a Detroit hotel room while on tour with the band; while traces of seven different drugs were found in Chris Cornell’s system in an autopsy following his suicide, the medical examiner in the case stated that “drugs did not contribute to the cause of death.”

“After years of litigation and settlement negotiations, Plaintiffs and Defendants Robert Koblin, M.D., Robert Koblin, M.D., Inc. and Robertson Cardiovascular Center, LLC (collectively, ‘Defendants’) have reached a confidential settlement agreement to resolve all claims asserted by each Plaintiff,” the Cornell family lawyer Melissa Lerner stated in the sealed documents.

“Dr. Koblin enjoyed a close relationship with Chris and other members of his family. He cares deeply about his patients and was saddened at the loss of Chris, as he expressed to the family,” Koblin’s attorney, James Kjar, said in a statement. “Dr. Koblin believes that helping the family deal with the grieving process is paramount to any of the legal issues involved in the lawsuit that was filed. Resolution of this case was in the best interests of all parties involved to help everyone obtain closure.” Read more here.

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Alex Van Halen Tributes Eddie On First Birthday Since Brother’s Death


Keavin Wiggins | 05-09-2021

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Alex Van Halen marked his birthday on Saturday (May 8th) by sharing a tribute to his late brother and bandmate, the guitar legend Eddie Van Halen.

The drummer passed on the following via Van Halen Newsdesk’s social media, “First birthday without you, Ed. The view from my drum set will never be the same. VH forever!”

He also included several hashtags including #VanHalenForever, #AlexVanHalen, #EddieVanHalen, #VanHalenBrothers, #TheMightyVanHalen, #VanHalen, #EVHForever and #EVHRIP.

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Setlist: PRS livestreaming rates – the controversy continues

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Former Skid Row Singer Hospitalized For Liver Failure


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Former Skid Row frontman Johnny Solinger has shared the bad news with fans that he is currently hospitalized for liver failure and the prognosis “is not so good”.

Solinger took to his Facebook page to update fans. He wrote, “It is with a heavy heart I must let everyone know what’s going on with me and my health. I have been hospitalized for over the last month. I have been diagnosed with liver failure. And prognosis is not so good. As with most musicians I do not have health insurance and it’s very difficult to get proper care without it.

“I am currently under at least seven different medications and I need to have my abdomen drained off fluid that gets accumulated every couple of days. I have lost a lot of strength and will require physical therapy as well.

“At the moment, I am looking into putting together some sort of fundraiser to help with the medical bills and with the palliative care I will need in the coming months. I am kindly asking those of you who could help put this together to step forward. I would not be asking you all this if I didn’t really need the help, but sadly this is where I’m at.

“I appreciate and want you all to keep me in your thoughts and send me all the healing vibes you can, but I get exhausted easily so I will ask you to please not call or text unless absolutely necessary. But please, if you can help in this difficult time, I will wholeheartedly appreciate it.

“Love you all. I will post a link where you can donate very soon but I wanted to update you on my condition.”

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Singled Out: The Spins’ Shotgun


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May is Mental Health Awareness Month so it is fitting that New Jersey rockers The Spins tell us about the emotionally charged song “Shotgun” from their “4Day Stay” EP. Here is the story:

“Shotgun” is one of those songs that can only be created from hitting rock bottom. Through its contrast between the dark lyrical content and upbeat, care free musical arrangement, the song captures that raw emotion of being at the absolute bottom in an almost blissfully cynical state of completely giving up and feeling that nothing matters anymore.

Our singer Nick wrote the song at such a low-point in his life, during his 2nd semester of his freshman year in college back in 2017. Near the end of the previous semester, he had had an incident in his freshman dorm where he was banned from the building due to the actions of a friend he had had visiting him from home. Even though the incident had nothing to do with him and he was not present, he was banned from the building and moved to a new dorm due to the fact that the friend was signed in with him. As a result, he was re-assigned to a dorm building on the opposite side of the campus for the next semester. Due to the fact that all his friends were still living together in the freshman dorm, which he was now not allowed to enter (and his building being 20 minutes across campus from them), he became cut off and isolated from them and was forced to spend a lot of time alone. To make matters worse, he was dealing with the recent fallout of a romantic relationship and all the negative feelings that come with that. He felt isolated and alone, and fell into a dark place.

Nick is typically an extroverted person who enjoys being around people as often as possible, and when he doesn’t have that and is just alone for extended periods of time, he starts to feel down and think about the past. He began reflecting on his loneliness, on the sadness he felt from his previous relationship and her moving on, and on the suicide of his close friend Austin from 2 years prior. He began to feel hopeless, as if there was no way out, and began to understand his friend more in the realization that there was a way out if he wanted.

One night, he was playing around with his loop pedal in his dorm as he normally did when he happened to come up with the chord progression that would become “Shotgun”, and quickly came up with the main lead line that you hear in the song on top of it. He then formed the emotions he was experiencing at the time into the lyrics of the chorus to the song as a means of therapeutic release, and reworked the lyrics from a previous song regarding his feelings about his recently ended relationship to form the verse. The song kind of just flowed out of him in about an hour, as a lot of the most authentic songs do. When he brought it to the rest of us the next week, the arrangement and instrumentation came together pretty quickly as well, and the song was pretty much done with 2-3 hours of work. It was just a very authentic and raw song that came together relatively easily due to its honest nature. The song served as a major therapeutic release for Nick, and made him feel a lot better just to get those feelings out and express them rather than act on them.

For a while, Nick struggled with the emotions of releasing the song to the world. He felt guilty for incorporating the themes of his friends suicide into the song so heavily. (We have another song, “Find Me”, which is also about his friend Austin and kind of goes together with Shotgun and is similarly dark in nature). He felt almost like he didn’t want to have that be the memory of his friend, but would rather have the positive things he stood for be his legacy of how the world remembers him. Eventually, though, he began to come to terms with it after hearing from so many people who have told us how much the song has helped them through hard times, and how much they relate to it and identify with the emotions being expressed. He feels like, in a way, Austin may have even provided him with the inspiration for the song. He was always a close friend to Nick and one of the few people who supported him in his musical goals unconditionally. He always believed in him and encouraged him to pursue his dreams. Nick believes that maybe his friend knew the feelings he was struggling with and the emotions he was experiencing, and provided him with this inspiration to help him cope and overcome his struggles, as well as help others who might be experiencing the same thing.

Nowadays, whenever we perform the song live, it still takes Nick back to those emotions he was experiencing at that time. It feels good to let it out on stage, and now instead of feeling hopeless, he realizes his life is in his own hands and that there is always a way out. We wrote this song as an honest expression of these feelings, not as any kind of “shock value” or call to action. We encourage anyone experiencing similar emotions to reach out to anyone that you can and ask for help, and to remember that no matter how bad it may seem, things will always get better. Most times, it helps immensely just to get those feelings out and express them to recognize how you feel, allow yourself to heal, and work past them. We hope that somewhere someone may hear this song and realize that they aren’t alone in what they’re feeling.

Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen and watch for yourself below or stream the full EP here

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Queen Look Back A Night At The Odeon For The Greatest Video Series


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Music legends Queen continue their special 50 week long video series The Greatest this week with the eight episode entitled “A Night At The Odeon”.

We were sent the following details: To celebrate the most successful year in their career to date, Queen returned to play an extra show at London’s Hammersmith Odeon on Christmas Eve 1975.

The Hammersmith Odeon was a prestigious venue the band had been eager to claim as their own having experienced it as the support act for Mott The Hoople in 1973 and the band had already played four shows at the venue late November/early December as part of a sold out 25-date UK tour.

At the same time, “Bohemian Rhapsody” was on a record nine-week run at the top of the singles chart. This milestone A Night At The Odeon show would provide Queen with its biggest audience to date. To be televised live on the UK’s BBC TV’s Old Grey Whistle Test and broadcast simultaneously on the national Radio 1, the show would take the band into millions of homes across the nation, crowning Queen as the biggest rock band in the UK.But despite all the preparations, there were some things beyond their control that meant the band weren’t taking it for granted that it was something they’d be able to pull off.

Roger Taylor: “It was quite difficult. You’re just starting to wind down and then actually, you’ve got to go back and do this one, all-important show. It was a big deal in the fact that it was going out live on Christmas Eve… I remember thinking ‘ah, will we have lost our momentum and that sort of kick-ass stuff that you’ve developed on a tour, and I do remember being quite, sort of, worried about it.”

But as rare audio from the sound check proves, the band was in top form, and worked hard to make sure this wouldn’t be a night to forget for their audience.

Despite their reservations the show was flawless, and A Night At The Odeon continues to be regarded as one of Queen’s best performances – treasured because it also represents the first filmed live performance of “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

And as can be seen from a Brian May moment in the concert – being able to end such an eventful and significant year on such a high, meant the world to the band.

Brian May: “You know we’ve taken our show around the world, but we’ve never got to so many people all at once, and this felt really good. Thanks a lot for giving us a good year, we’d like to leave you in the Lap of The Gods.” Watch the episode below:

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Rolling Stones To Release A Bigger Bang: Live On Copacabana Beach


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The Rolling Stones have announced that they will be releasing their remixed, re-edited, and remastered concert film “The Rolling Stones — A Bigger Bang: Live On Copacabana Beach” on July 9th.

The film was captured during the band’s performance at the Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro on February 8, 2006 and will be released in various formats including DVD+2CD, SD BD+2CD, 2DVD+2CD Deluxe, 3LP (pressed on blue, yellow, and green vinyl), 3LP pressed on clear vinyl (exclusive to Sound Of Vinyl) & digital.

Lead guitarist Keith Richards had this to say about the special concert, “Not that we’re unused to playing some of the biggest shows in the world, but I must say Rio did take the cake.”

Mercury Studios has also announced that they will be releasing a digital EP on May 28th that will include 4-songs from the show, “Sympathy For The Devil”, “Wild Horses”, “You Got Me Rocking”, and “Happy”, along with “Rough Justice” from the 2005 Salt Lake City concert video available in the Deluxe Edition.

Watch the trailer and see the tracklisting below:

RIO
1. Jumpin’ Jack Flash
2. It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)
3. You Got Me Rocking
4. Tumbling Dice
5. Oh No, Not You Again
6. Wild Horses
7. Rain Fall Down
8. Midnight Rambler
9. Night Time Is the Right Time
10. This Place Is Empty
11. Happy
12. Miss You
13. Rough Justice
14. Get Off My Cloud
15. Honky Tonk Women
16. Sympathy For The Devil
17. Start Me Up
18. Brown Sugar
19. You Can’t Always Get What You Want
20. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

SALT LAKE CITY (Bonus show – deluxe versions only)
1. Start Me Up
2. You Got Me Rocking
3. She’s So Cold
4. Tumbling Dice
5. Rain Fall Down
6. It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (but I Like It)
7. Wild Horses
8. All Down the Line
9. Night Time Is the Right Time
10. Slipping Away
11. Infamy
12. Miss You
13. Rough Justice
14. Get Off of My Cloud
15. Honky Tonk Women
16. Sympathy for the Devil
17. Brown Sugar
18. Jumpin’ Jack Flash
19. You Can’t Always Get What You Want
20. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

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Megadeth’s David Ellefson Launches Video Podcast


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Megadeth cofounder and bassist David Ellefson has released the first two episodes of his brand video podcast series called “Backstage with David Ellefson”.

The first episode entitled “A Doctor In The House” featured Ellefson’s former Rust In Peace bass tech turned author-chiropractor Dr. Randall Kertz D.C., the author of “The Bassist’s Guide to Injury Management, Prevention and Better Health”.

The second episode launched today, May 7th, and features David and Dr. Randy checking in with fellow metal bassists Frank Bello (Anthrax, Altitudes and Attitudes) and Joey Vera (Armored Saint, Fate’s Warning).

The new podcast was created with Phoenix, AZ morning radio show host Dave “The Mayor” Pratt. Ellefson had this to say, “Dave (Pratt) and I have known each other for over three decades as he and I have done many on-air interviews at KUPD over the years. He really is the mayor of all things radio here in Phoenix, Arizona so I am honored to have a media home here with him.”

Pratt said, “As a long-time rock radio personality, I proudly have shared many successful years with my friend David Ellefson. It is appropriate that he founded Ellefson Coffee Co. as the metal icon is pure energy as a musician and an entrepreneur on many levels. Now, you get a backstage pass into David’s inner circle through a worldwide pro video podcast. Welcome to Backstage with David Ellefson on Star Worldwide Networks!”

Ellefson added, “I’m aiming to have this podcast serve as a platform for fun and engaging conversations between friends and colleagues on a myriad of topics, both in and out of music. Nothing is off limits and I’m excited to see where our guests and topics will take the conversation.” Check out both episodes here.

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The Joy Formidable Share ‘Back To Nothing’


Keavin Wiggins | 05-07-2021

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The Joy Formidable have released a brand new track called “Back To Nothing”. The song is the second single from their forthcoming album, “Into The Blue”.

Lead singer and guitarist Ritzy Bryan had the following to say, “‘Back To Nothing’ takes a stance on self-compassion, realizing your worth & your boundaries and deciding not to give your love to an undeserving other.”

“Back To Nothing” is the follow up to the album’s title track which was released last month. The new album is set to hit stores on August 20th. Stream the new single below:

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Light The Torch Go 3D For ‘More Than Dreaming’


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Light The Torch have released a visualizer video for their new song “More Than Dreaming,” which is a 3-dimensional version of their forthcoming album’s artwork.

The album will be entitled “You Will Be The Death Of Me” and is set to be released on June 25th. Both the cover art and the visualizer video were created by Francesco Artusato.

Frontman Howard Jones had this to say, “I love starting the album with ‘More Than Dreaming. It’s got great energy and bounce to it – exactly what you want as an opener. We are looking forward to playing this live. The wait is almost over!”

Artusato said of the cover art and video, “The idea for this artwork started developing in my head right after we were done with the first session of pre-production.

“I started seeing certain colors and this style in my head. To me, the music on this record in fact sounds like ‘those colors.’ The concept is pretty simple: You can see a torch in the middle and three flames coming out of it. The three flames represent the three of us. The addition of neons and fog was inspired by John Carpenter’s ’80’s movies.

“Having all the artwork created in 3-D, I was able to place it in a CG environment, start animating some of the elements, and create some sort of story. I think in this case it works well with the ‘dream-like’ vibe of these visuals.

“Artwork and visual creativity have been a big part of my growth as an artist for the past few years and I love to be able to combine music and visuals in one project. It made this album even more special to me.” Watch the video below:

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Singled Out: False Memories’ Voices


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Italian goth/doom rockers False Memories just released their new album, “The Last Night Of Fall” and to celebrate we asked them to tell us about the lead single “Voices”. Here is the story:

With our “Voices” music video we wanted to represent the human being who loses all his human essence by becoming a number in the society, a part of a corrupt system.

The story is about a kind of half human, half machine being that we called “V-Rox”. The protagonist of the video represents each person who has to fight against his demons to achieve his goal. The story will continue on our second single “Rain Of Souls”, give a glimpse to it! 🙂

Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen and watch for yourself below and learn more about the album here

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